Opinion

Ahn: Why we filed the Title IX complaint

April 1, 2011 • 23
On March 2 of this year, over three years after the fact, Dean Mary Miller published a “Task Force” report, the administration’s response to the 2008 Zeta Psi “We Love Yale Sluts” incident. The report’s opening statement contained no reference to the event that had inspired it, instead musing generally that “[s]exual violence and harassment »
City

SOM students advise Yale cops

October 9, 2009 • 3
The Yale Police Department is rebranding itself based on changes recommended by a team of four Yale School of Management students. Seeking to improve students’ perceptions of campus safety, the University courted talent at the School of Management instead of employing professional consultants last spring, said University Deputy Secretary Martha Highsmith, who oversees Yale security. »
Opinion

Ahn: One year later, 40 years back

February 20, 2009 • 11
I write 40 years after Yale welcomed its first female applicants, and one year after a group of fraternity brothers blocked the entrance to the Yale Women’s Center, crowding around the typewritten phrase, “We Love Yale Sluts.” I write in response to the article, “A year later, little impact from ‘Sluts’ controversy” (Feb. 16), which »
Opinion

For Sex Week at Yale, pullout method fails

February 19, 2008 • 25
On Saturday night, as part of a pornography-themed day, Sex Week at Yale held a porn screening in the Law School auditorium. The featured pornography was a series of trailer-type clips, chosen by director Paul Thomas from among his own films. The Sex Week team, however, didn’t preview all the footage Thomas chose. This is »
Sci-Tech

Peabody events attract more New Haven families than Yalies

April 4, 2007 • 0
The auditorium on the Peabody’s third floor was filled to capacity for “Atka the Wolf,” a presentation by the Wolf Conservation Center. The talk, which sought to dispel negative myths about wolves while raising environmental awareness, featured an Arctic wolf who serves as an animal “ambassador” for the WCC. “We’re trying not to become a »